Skip Safety: What You Need to Keep In Mind

If you are undertaking a construction project or a property clearance, you may need a skip to contain household waste and materials that you are removing from your property. Available in a range of sizes and capacities, skips are incredibly useful and their invention has stood the test of time. However, it’s not as simple […]

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Recycling Rate in England Going Down

The topic of recycling will always be something of a contentious point all over the world, as environmental concerns continue to feature on news programmes and in news publications on an almost daily basis. Despite numerous initiatives being introduced to help encourage home and business owners to increase their recycling levels, the rate of waste […]

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Recycled Products in Your Home

It is unlikely that you are fully aware of the origins of every item in your house. From furniture to crockery and upholstery, the materials come from all over the world, and in some cases had a previous life as another item. This article will look into what items in your home may have been […]

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Spring Cleaning the Garden

Spring cleaning in the home is something that happens year round, with unwanted possessions being thrown out to free up space in a property or make way for replacement items. However, a less common type of spring cleaning is the garden spring clean, which can be equally as important. In the warmer months, your garden […]

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Food Waste Reduction Bill Explained

The Food Waste Reduction Bill is being debated in Parliament, with Kerry McCarthy, shadow secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs, taking the bill to the House of Commons for its second reading. The bill has been drawn up with the aim of reducing the amount of food waste generated by supermarkets. The […]

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WasteBuster Volunteers Wanted in Essex

Amongst all the stories about the rising levels of waste and pollution and their effects on the environment, a positive story is coming out of Essex.  A local campaign has been launched with the aim of showing just how effective people power can be when it comes to improving our treatment of the environment. However, […]

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Recycling & Waste Symbols Explained

Our impact on the environment is something that is under constant scrutiny, with initiatives and incentives being introduced in efforts to help reduce the amount of waste we generate in our homes and businesses every day. Unfortunately, not everything can be recycled, and to avoid unrecyclable materials being placed in recycling bins and vice versa, […]

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Smart Christmas Recycling Tips: Part 2

Christmas has been and gone, and after all the presents have been opened and the mountains of food have been conquered, you then have to deal with food waste, discarded wrapping paper and empty boxes – not exactly a festive task. However, the figures regarding waste at Christmas time are staggering, with a survey finding […]

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Smart Christmas Recycling Tips

Christmas is here again, and that means presents, food and drink in plentiful amounts. However, copious overindulgence, means plenty of waste – food that you just couldn’t find room for, and mountains of wrapping paper that has been torn off gifts excitedly on Christmas morning. Unfortunately, once the festivities have subsided, you are faced with […]

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Top Reasons to Use RoRo Skip Hire

Roll-on Roll-off skips, also known as RoRo skips are commonly used in the building industry. They are used for a wide variety of functions, including garden clearances, builders’ waste and house clearances. Their name comes from the way the skips are transported – they arrive on a truck and are rolled off into place, and […]

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